Category Archives: NOM List

Tequila & Distillery “NOM List” (29Sep2014)

The Tequila NOM List

monterey bayEach of our tequila NOM Lists contains the names and information of current brands and tequila distilleries as well as those that have previously appeared on NOM lists but have since been dropped by the CRT. Pinpointing your treasure bottles or favorite distilleries has never been easier! Please understand that this list is not a comprehensive list of every tequila brand ever made. We make every effort to be sure it is as accurate as possible from the time we at Tequila Aficionado Media began publishing our lists in 2013.

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About Our NOM List of Tequilas & Distilleries

austin tequila festClick on any RED link within the NOM list to see the Tequila Aficionado articles and reviews on that brand or distillery. *Color Coding*

  • Brands highlighted in Green are recent additions (see comment on Excel spreadsheet for first shown date)
  • Brands highlighted in Red did not appear on the current list (see comment on Excel spreadsheet for last shown date)
  • Brands highlighted in Blue are suspected of using a diffusor in production.

 

 

 

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New NOM List of Tequilas/Distilleries (15Sep2014)

The Tequila NOM List

2014-08-11 18.39.25Each of our tequila NOM Lists contains the names and information of current brands and tequila distilleries as well as those that have previously appeared on NOM lists but have since been dropped by the CRT. Pinpointing your treasure bottles or favorite distilleries has never been easier! Please understand that this list is not a comprehensive list of every tequila brand ever made. We make every effort to be sure it is as accurate as possible from the time we at Tequila Aficionado Media began publishing our lists in 2013.

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About Our NOM List of Tequilas & Distilleries

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Fat Ass Tequila

Click on any RED link within the NOM list to see the Tequila Aficionado articles and reviews on that brand or distillery. *Color Coding*

  • Brands highlighted in Green are recent additions (see comment on Excel spreadsheet for first shown date)
  • Brands highlighted in Red did not appear on the current list (see comment on Excel spreadsheet for last shown date)
  • Brands highlighted in Blue are suspected of using a diffusor in production.

 

 

 

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New Nom List of Tequilas/Distilleries (1Sep2014)

don fulanoThe Tequila NOM List

Each of our tequila NOM Lists contains the names and information of current brands and tequila distilleries as well as those that have previously appeared on NOM lists but have since been dropped by the CRT. Pinpointing your treasure bottles or favorite distilleries has never been easier! Please understand that this list is not a comprehensive list of every tequila brand ever made. We make every effort to be sure it is as accurate as possible from the time we at Tequila Aficionado Media began publishing our lists in 2013.

Click to download the format of your choice:

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About Our NOM List of Tequilas & Distilleries

Mariachi Nuevo Tecalitlan, embajador, sip award, tequilaClick on any RED link within the NOM list to see the Tequila Aficionado articles and reviews on that brand or distillery. *Color Coding*

  • Brands highlighted in Green are recent additions (see comment on Excel spreadsheet for first shown date)
  • Brands highlighted in Red did not appear on the current list (see comment on Excel spreadsheet for last shown date)
  • Brands highlighted in Blue are suspected of using a diffusor in production.

 

 

 

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New Tequila NOM List (Dated 26Aug2014)

don fulanoThe Tequila NOM List

Each of our tequila NOM Lists contains the names and information of current brands as well as those that have previously appeared on NOM lists but have since been dropped by the CRT. Pinpointing your treasure bottles has never been easier! Please understand that this list is not a comprehensive list of every tequila brand ever made. We make every effort to be sure it is as accurate as possible from the time we at Tequila Aficionado Media began publishing our lists in 2013.

Click to download the format of your choice:

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About Our Tequila NOM List

Mariachi Nuevo Tecalitlan, embajador, sip award, tequilaClick on any RED link within the NOM list to see the Tequila Aficionado articles and reviews on that brand. *Color Coding*

  • Brands highlighted in Green are recent additions (see comment on Excel spreadsheet for first shown date)
  • Brands highlighted in Red did not appear on the current list (see comment on Excel spreadsheet for last shown date)
  • Brands highlighted in Blue are suspected of using a diffusor in production.

 

 

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New NOM List (19 August 2014) Becomes Tequila Adventure

Administrative Adventures With The Tequila NOM List

crt, consejo regulador del tequila, tequila, tequila aficionado, nom listkThe 19 August 2014 NOM List provided by the Consejo Regulador del Tequila (CRT) proved to be quite an afternoon adventure for us at Tequila Aficionado Media.

New Privacy Laws Affect NOM List

First we noticed the “Representante” (Representative) column was missing as well as the “Titular” (Brand Owner) column.  Thanks to social media, we were able to make contact with the CRT and they explained:

“Due to recent changes in the privacy laws in Mexico, the data of our associates are protected and cannot be published on our website. That maybe the reason why you cannot see them anymore…”   

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A Marriage of Marcas?

Then we noticed that NOM 1068, Agroindustria Guadalajara, had completely disappeared from the list.  Not just one or two tequilas, but the entire distillery was missing.  As we made our way through the list, we found all of the tequilas from Agroindustria Guadalajara listed in NOM 1529, Agaveros y Tequileros.  Now this could be news of a merger or buyout or it could be just a gross administrative error.  We couldn’t find any information regarding the two businesses in recent news, so we went back to the CRT’s Facebook Page and asked the question:

¿Por qué?

The CRT personnel behind the Facebook curtain replied with:

“Let me check that, I’ll have an answer in a bit.”

A bit went by and no answer.

 

Perhaps Mariana Franco was busy taking a call from Rodrigo Montalvo and needed some time to get her thoughts together?

They never did respond on Facebook, but they did edit the NOM List.  NOM 1068 has reappeared.

So here we are with the most recent updates to the NOM List with as much information provided as we have available.

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Feel free to follow along in the continuing saga on the CRT Facebook Page.  We’ve embedded the initial post here.  Feel free to click on it and read along!

 

 

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